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Old 09-24-22, 10:31 AM   #1
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Default Into The Deep - A documentary

Danish Ekstra Bladet writes:

After three years of delay: controversial documentary have premiere

'Into The Deep', about killer Peter Madsen and some of the people close to him before the murder of Kim Wall, will be available to watch on Netflix from 30 September. It comes after almost three years of delay, partly because of the revelation that some people were in the film against their will

Australian Emma Sullivan's documentary about killer Peter Madsen and the people who worked or hung out at his workshop on Refshaleøen in Copenhagen will premiere on 30 September after almost three years of delay.

The Danish-produced film has been a long time coming - at least in terms of finally landing on Netflix.

In fact, it already had its world premiere back in early 2020, when it was screened at the Sundance Film Festival in the US, and shortly after that it should have been posted on the streaming service.

But then problems arose.

Participated against his will
Indeed, Echo revealed that several cast members of the documentary participated against their own wishes.

Mastodon Netflix subsequently put the release on hold after a lot of fuss, which even led Ritzau to state that it was dropped altogether.

But now - after adjustments and extensive re-cutting - it is ready to be shown to Netflix customers.
Followed them to the killings
The row, as Echo revealed, included the fact that Emma Sullivan had originally planned to make a portrait of inventor Peter Madsen and his life of wild projects.

In the run-up to the tragic murder for which he was later sentenced to life imprisonment, Sullivan had thus unwittingly and unsuspectingly followed both Madsen himself and his gang in the laboratory on Refshaleøen in Copenhagen

When Kim Wall was killed and Peter Madsen was proclaimed the killer, however, the premise changed dramatically for the footage already in the box.

The filmmaker was now left with material that could suddenly be used in a completely different context, which some of the actors were not entirely happy about, as they thought they were being filmed for something completely different.

Following Echo's revelations, the documentary was postponed indefinitely, after which Netflix agreed to allow those who did not wish to participate to opt out of the final product as it appeared after re-cutting. .

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